Healthy Democracy Coalition

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The Healthy Democracy Coalition is an American national non-profit organization dedicated to cross-partisan philanthropic learning and collaboration.[1][2] It manages a network of philanthropists, convenes events, and develops strategies for collective action. Catalyzed years earlier[3], the group formally launched in 2017 with support from the Hewlett Foundation[4] and the Fetzer Institute.[5][6] The organization has local chapters in dozens of cities across the country. The group was developed over years of coalition building through events at the White House[7][8] and the United States Congress[9][10][11] that were facilitated by NEXUS in collaboration with a Council of Advisors from across the political spectrum, representing several of the most influential partisan donor networks in the country.[12][13][14][15][16]


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